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wriggle

verb   /ˈrɪɡ·l/ ( present participle wriggling, past tense and past participle wriggled)
to twist your body or move part of your body with short, quick movements mover(se) She wriggled her toes in the warm sand.
(Definition of wriggle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wriggle

verb /ˈriɡl/
to twist to and fro moverse, menearse, retorcerse The child kept wriggling in his seat How are you going to wriggle out of this awkward situation?
wriggler noun
niño que no se está quieto
(Definition of wriggle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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